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Friday 12 April 2019 by Kelly Thomas
If you have visited one of our 218 nature reserves, you may well have your own special memories.
Tuesday 9 April 2019 by Fabian Harrison
Updated Bacton netting situation statement
Monday 25 March 2019 by Gemma Hogg
The RSPB is concerned by the recent reports of widespread use of netting on trees, hedges and bushes to prevent nesting.
Wednesday 13 February 2019 by Jamie Wyver
Making new homes for swifts. Swifts are incredible birds - but they're in trouble. Find out how you can help.
Latest blog posts
Comment on An update on the RSPB’s legal challenge of Natural England’s decision to grant licenses to trial brood management of hen harriers
Whilst I hesitate to agree that you have good grounds for appealing, the extra cost of this appeal is likely well worth it, for the publicity value alone. Natural England have been mismanaging their statutory duty, despite the possibility that they h...Posted 27/03/2019 by Alex M
Blog Post: An update on the RSPB’s legal challenge of Natural England’s decision to grant licenses to trial brood management of hen harriers
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about the disappointing news that we had lost our legal challenge of Natural England’s decision to issue licences to trial the so-called brood management scheme for hen harriers. I said then that we would take time to a...Posted 27/03/2019 by MartinHarper
Blog Post: Saving the Greenland white-fronted goose
Greenland white-fronted geese (GWfG) are in serious trouble; less than 20,000 exist, meaning they are at serious risk of global extinction. There is a very real possibility that we could lose them forever if we don’t take action now. One step that ca...Posted 26/03/2019 by Vanessa Amaral-Rogers
Blog Post: RSPB Scotland’s birding day out: Dashing ducks!
A couple of weeks ago Allie McGregor shared some stories of the gulls and waders that were seen on a wee RSPB Scotland birding day out. This blog follows on from that looking at some of the ducks and other species we saw, and some more ID tips! RSPB ...Posted 26/03/2019 by Allie M
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